Re: WCAG3 Feedback on Deaf-Blind issues

Hi, Jeanne:

Unless we have some mechanism to add these issues to APA's github, I
can't think of a more official process than this email.

Meanwhile, the good news is that these are all in the RTC Accessibility
User Requirements (RAUR) we're closing on publication of. Assuming the last
reviews (and the APA CfC) conclude in the next few weeks, we should have
them at W3C Note status before summer.

The WebRTC WG has agreed to take up our requirements in their next round
of specs. As a last check, I'm cc'ing our Research Questions Task Force
(RQTF) which produced the RAUR for APA.

Thanks for the heads up on these.


Jeanne Spellman writes:
> As I was logging these issues on WCAG3 FPWD feedback, I realized that they
> would be of interest to APA.  The commenter is requesting solutions for
> people who have deaf-blind disabilities.
> 474 <> - captioning in Zoom
> 475 <> - CAPTCHA for braille access
> for deaf-blind
> 476 <> - streaming braille content
> for attending Zoom meetings
> Is there an official way I should send these issues to APA  to consider?


Janina Sajka

Linux Foundation Fellow
Executive Chair, Accessibility Workgroup:

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Co-Chair, Accessible Platform Architectures

Received on Friday, 12 March 2021 18:11:01 UTC